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>> ama: san francisco police are looking for a man who is accused of setting a woman on fire. that happened just after noon in the bayview district. sergio quintana has been following the story and joins us live with what happened. reporter: witnesses who saw what happened describe a gruesome attack. they say a man lit a woman on fire a half block down the street. she then ran about another block that way, trying to get home for help. >> a smoldering sweater in the middle of the street is what 25-year-old star lamar was wearing when her family says her boyfriend, 22-year-old detects ter oliver, doused her with gasoline and then lit her on fire. he sister says she is in critical condition at st. francis hospital. >> they had dead skin, and
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auntie hasn't win to see her yet. they said she's doing fine. >> according to the family, the couple began yelling at each other at the laundromat down the street. at one point the argument go so heated he allegedly ran home to get some gasoline, then ran back towards the laundromat. >> i saw him pour gasoline some a bottle, and he left. i didn't know he was going to burn her. >> we watched as investigators collected gasoline canisters from their home. witnesses who called 9-1-1 say they heard the couple arguing in the street, then saw the victim on fire. they agreed to talk to us on the condition we not release their identities because of concern for their safety. >> she took off her shirt and dropped it over there, and then she was running, because she was -- she got burned. and then the guy, i guess had burned her, went through her purse and then went that way. >> she was basically running, and she was just screaming. that's what we heard.
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>> as part of the vogue police are collecting images from video cam florida the neighborhood. now in the last hour, san francisco police released this picture of the suspect, 22-year-old dexter oliver. they're asking anyone who may know where he is to give them a call. as for the victim in this situation, her family tells me that she has three children, and she had been dating the suspect for only about six months. reporting live in san francisco, sergio quintana, abc7 news. >> ama: san jose police are investigating the city's first hd homicide of 2013. a body was found this morning in the driveway of a home on then 1900 block of tripoli avenue. police say the victim was found with at least one gunshot wound. police say the victim lived at the house. some of the people living there were taken to the police station for questioning. a 22-year-old man is dead following an early morning crash in san jose. it happened around 2:30 on south first street under the 280
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overpass. police say a blue bmw swerved, hit two light poles and rolled over, an officer heard the crash. when he arrived the driver was already dead. drugs are alcohol are not suspected to be a cause of the crash at this time. an alert citizen helped san jose police catch a thief who was stealing packages off front poaches. andrew phillips stafford of union city was arrested after a neighbor called 9-1-1 to report someone stealing two packages if a proven. -- porch. he is facing charges of's of stolen property and narcotics. >> nhl players will strap their skates on again after reaching an agreement with the owners. that means the san jose sharks will return to action as soon as the league resumes play. the two sides emerged with a deal this morning after 16 hours of talk. they agreed on a ten-year deal where owners and players will spit revenue, 50-50.
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the players have been locked out for 113 days after the two sides were unable to reach a new collective bargaining agreement. more than 620 nhl games through january 14th have been cancelled. the nhl had models for a 50 and 48 game season but schedule issues have to be work out. we'll have more in sports. >> it is official. new parking rules in police today in san francisco. we will have a live report. plus, a different kind of parking battle as a neighborhood rallies against parkless. and the new debate in washington and what could it mean for your money. >> leigh: i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. the bay area cleared out nicely this afternoon but
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>> starting today drivers in san francisco have to feed the meters on sunday and most drivers aren't taking it well. we're live in san francisco with the story. reporter: reaction to this is mixed. that may be because so many people actually bike in the city. for those who want to come to church or enjoy a sunday brunch thissing going to hurt. >> people were feeding parking meters today. this is the first day of sunday enforced parking fees. >> i think it's a pain. i can understand where san francisco is coming from. they need to pay their bills, we need to pay ours. but it's really inconstant event for us considering parking is
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free on sunday. >> the city thinks rate necessary because sundays have become regular business days which wasn't the same a decade ago. they decided parking spaces need to rotate more often to let visitors get a chance to park. those who run religious programs will affect attendance. >> i won't get my volunteers to stay. it runs through 12:30. people won't leave because a $75 parking ticket is not worth it to them. >> park can meters will operate from noon until 6:00 p.m. that was done to accommodate the faith community maas many sfs end before noon. the new program is expected to bring in an additional $2 million actually. today parking enforcement officers went throughout the city putting informational havelets on windshields instead of the dreaded tickets. drivers are getting ample warn before they get ticketed. >> no one was ticketed or will be for the next two sunday, but
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come the 27th of saturday, if you don't feed a meter on a sunday, you'll get a ticket. reporting live, abc7 news. >> ama: a new verse of the san francisco phenomenon known as parklets is coming under criticism from supervisor who doesn't like the way it looks. not everyone agrees. >> most people i think have really favorable opinions of the parklet, the great place for the family to hang out, visit local businesses, grab lunch, and just hang out on a nice day. >> no one was ticketed today no will be -- >> associations don't like the way the parklet looks, calling it odd. it was also installed without a permit. >> the fiscal cliff fiasco may be over but a new deadline is looming in washington.
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up next, the debt debate. >> a dry sunday but what is ahead for your work week? meteorology leigh glaser has the forecast. >> hockey is back, almost. the main issues resolved. two weeks ago the niners learned just how good seattle is, today rg iii and the redskins learned a ♪
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>> if few thought the so-called fiscal cliff fights were over, think again. there's a new battle over the debt ceiling. here's how both sides are weighing in on the conversation. >> i believe we need to rates the debt cell but if we don't raise it with a plan to get out of debt, all of us should be fired. >> strong words and the fiscal cliff has come and gone. now lawmakers start a new session under pressure to avert another financial crisis, this time over raising the debt ceiling. if an agreement is not reached by late february or early march, the united states risks defaulting on its phenomenon r
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financial obligations. the argument will be how much congress will agree to cut spending. >> the bottom line is we can't continue down the path we're on of borrowing money to pay our debt. we have to have dollar for dollar cuts. >> key democrats and say the debt ceiling and the tax cuts are unrelated. >> not going to say i'm not going to pay my bills unless you stop buying stuff. so stop buying stuff so you don't have future bills but right now we have to pea the bell for what we incur. i you want to tie it to what we do next, fine. >> the big part of the budget is getting people back to work. >> president obama has said he will not negotiate with congress on whether they should pay their bills. some republicans are now criticizing his fiscal leadership. >> what is really disappointing to me is that the president isn't generating a discussion on
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his own help has to be dragged kicking and screaming to the table when he have these other big issues like the debt ceiling to get him to talk about it. i wish he would lead. >> after nancy pelosi appeared on national tv it was off to her annual happy new year's celebration in san francisco. she was greeted with a roar of applause at the presidio. the meeting answers the delance si street foundation. considered the country's leading residential self-help organization for the homeless, ex-cops. pelosi was instrumental in getting federal money for the program. >> wasn't bad outside. >> leigh: showers this morning and then as we forecasted last night, moved out quickly and actually saw lots of clearing this afternoon. even a nice sunset. but the sun is down now. as you look from the high definition east bay camera. you see san francisco in the
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background. rainfall the past 24 hours, most locations, less than a quarter inch, and you can see on live doppler 7hd that it is out of here. we are looking at this live, and you can see there are no returns picking up on our sweeps here. we'll say goodbye to the system. it slid south into southern california, brought them a little rain earlier in the day today. >> here is a look at our highs for today. it was still cool inland, antioch, concord, livermore, still in the mid-to-upper 40s. managed 55 in santa rosa, 52, san francisco. san jose, 50, and gilroy today, 50 as well. here's a look at the current readings, in the 40s. 43, napa, as well as fairfield. antioch right now, 45. 50 in oakland and san francisco, and 51 right now in san jose. folks, here's a look at the forecast. colder temperatures overnight. clouds will move out of here. we'll look for the development
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of patchy dense fog in the valley areas by tomorrow morning. dry weather will be with us the next few days and then things will start to cool back down as we look for a big chill at the end of the work week. here's a look at our lows tonight. with clouds peeling back, it will mean some cooler temperatures for us. so up 30ers in the north bay as well as antioch, livermore, 36 degrees. watch out for pockets of dense valley fog in the north bay. out towards the delta, east bay locations. 46 for san francisco, and san jose tomorrow morning, 43 degrees. our low, there it went. clearing from north bay to south bay today. of course that clearing brought out lots of sunshine. for monday and tuesday, high pressure builds in, and you can see it will keep this cold front to the north of us. the storm track will shift to the north as high pressure builds in. on wednesday and thursday, this high with start to break down and might see a few isolated
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hours moving -- isolated showers moving in. this is 5:00 a.m. monday, and you can see mainly clear sky, although a little fog here and there. by 7:00, 8:00, maybe a few high clouds drift by. otherwise get ready for sunshine for monday. will be dry and temperatures climbing up into the mid-to-upper 50s. maybe even some 60s. we have warmer than that. santa rosa, 60. enjoy oakland, 59. 56 in antioch. 59 in san jose. 58 in santa cruz, and hollister, 58. here's a look ahead. the next seven days, and you can see for yourself we have a warm day on tap for tuesday, mid-to-low 60s expected. thicken the clouds on wednesday. cold showers on thursday. a possibility, and then we warm things up next saturday. and mike will be here abc7 morning news at 4:30 until
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7:00 to give you an update. >> ama: mike shumann is off. collin rush is in, and we are talking hockey. >> let's go. drop some pucks finally. while most of us were fast asleep the nhl and the players association agreed to tentative terms. it happened at 4:40 a.m. eastern time after a 16 hour negotiating session. now outside of the equipment, the sharks loom has ban lonely one since the team lost in the first round of the playoffs eight months ago. we last saw the entire team together in september at a charity golf outing. the agreement between the league and union is a ten-year deal with an opt-out clause after eight. here's the commissioner. >> we have reached an agreement on the framework of a new collective bargaining agreement. the details of which need to be put to paper. we've got to dot a lot of is, cross a lot of ts.
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>> we are veer excited to be back underway. we have been preparing for a variety of outcomes and happy to have this you outcome that transpired. we're relieved to have it over with and focusing on moving forward. >> bettman issued a friday deadline you can expect a 48 or 50 game season with practices beginning, wednesday, this, friday. >> nfl playoff time. ravens and colts, dubbed the inspiration bowl. indianapolis coach chuck pag ban know undergoing leukemia treatment for baltimore, the final home game for ray lewis, calling the playoffs his last ride. [cheering] >> lewis, 13 tackles in his final home game, pagano, pregame hug for john harbaugh. baltimore's defense throwing the kitchen sink at andrew luck in his playoff debut. ravens leading third quarter, a
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nice block. 17-6. fourth quarter. flacco, man coverage on anquan bolden. bolden gets it. just over 5:00 left. the deflection. williams intercepts it. luck saves the touchdown. but that seals it. 24-9 baltimore. ravens advance to play denver next saturday. here's ray. >> today was about me giving everything i got. showing people, whatever circumstances you may be going through, just push through it and you can push through it, you'll encourage somebody. >> how can you not like ray lewis. >> rg iii hosting seattle. griffin, hobbling on the right knee. here's that 14-0. then seattle locked it up. fourth quarter, trailing by one. marchand lynch, beast mode. russell wilson leading the way. 21-14. griffin stumbles, goes down hix
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cleat got stuck in the turf. hurt, he would leave the game, 105 universes offense. kirk cousinses would enter. welcome the game. he is nailed on fourth and 14. biggest playoff come back in chicago history. 24-14. battle of the birds next sunday. here's pete carroll. >> i thought the run that marchand makes is a great run and a great finish. that's what he does for us and what he has done all year long and it was cool he did it to give us a chance to get the win. so came through again. >> he is good. we are on the eve of the bcs national championship game. notre dame and alabama. both coaches met this morning to pose with the championship trophy fee, notre dame is the only unbeaten team and alabama ma is seeking its third bcs title in four years. >> there's a lot of players out there that started this season wanting to get in this game. if you think of it that way, it should be pretty easy for
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everybody to go out there and give their best effort. >> pac-12. women's hoops. cal, 53-49 road win at colorado. and stanford joins cal at 2-0 in conference play with 570-56 win at utah. stanford and cal will play each other twice in the next week in berkeley on tuesday, and then at maples on sunday. a home and home series. >> "the hobbit" gets knocked off the number1111111g
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>> ama: join me on cable 13. we'll have new details on the gun control plan considered by the white house. then at 11:00 here. a warning tonight as we head into flu season. the new concerns and why this could be the worth flu season in years. that's at 9:00 and 11:00 on abc7 news. a horror remake tops a fan take place prequel at the box office. texas chain saw 3 d-day buoy ited a number one. the movie picks up where the 1974 original left off. the revenge saga, django held on to the second pot. after three weekends, "the hobbit" slipped to third.
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awaying $825 million worldwide. parental guidance wraps up the top five films. >> that will do it for abc7 news at 6:00. captioned by closed captioning services inc. >> don't forget to get our exclusive abc7 news alarm clock
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right now on the red carpet's favorite moments of the year! whoa! >> the 2013 movies with the biggest buzz! >> heros. there is no such thing. >> jimmy kimmel makes his move! >> i'm have excited to move to 11:35. >> and the oscar race heats up. >> this is the best movie that i have ever been involved with. >> with we're rollingual new year edition of on the red carpet now. >> welcome to on the red carpet from hollywood! i'm rachel smith. >> above all the glitter and glamour of the red carpet this is iconic sign, which has become the most reheymbol of the entertainment industry. the legendary landmark recently received a face-lift just in time for its 90th anniversary celebration. >> each of the 45-foot letter was stripped and repainted using two tons of paint.


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